Ed Mendelowitz completed his doctoral studies at the California School of Professional Psychology where he worked closely with Rollo May. He is on the board of editors for the Journal of Humanistic Psychology and the Humanistic Psychologist and a contributor to some of the major compendiums of existential-humanistic thought and praxis. He has presented numerous papers on psychology, psychotherapy and their interrelations with the broader humanities in the USA, Canada, Europe, and East Asia. His work resides on the gnostic frontiers of psychology in its poetic blending of art, literature, music, cinema, religion, philosophy and clinical narrative. His collage-like Ethics and Lao-tzu has been called "an extraordinary moral narrative" by the Pulitzer Prize-winning Robert Coles and "a compendium of wisdom" by the late psychoanalyst and author Allen Wheelis. Dr. Mendelowitz is on the faculty of Saybrook University and a lecturer at Tufts Medical Center and writes a quarterly online column, Humanitas, for the Society of Humanistic Psychology. He lives with his wife, Khanh, and daughter, Miryam, on the Squantum tip of North Quincy, just south of Boston.
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- Curriculum Vitae